Earth Day Gifts / February 25, 2019 / Blanche Durham
The proclamation also stated that participants would celebrate an international Earth Day to create a single community and embrace Earth s gifts. The proclamation was endorsed by well-known people and leaders around the world: astronaut Buzz Aldrin anthropologist Margaret Mead inventor-scientist Buckminister Fuller Japanese environmental scientist Y. Fukushima American senators U.N. President S.O. Adebo and UN Secretary-General Thant. In April of 1970 the world celebrated another Earth Day event. The April 22nd event also began as a way to spread awareness of environmental issues. American Senator and conservationist Gaylord Nelson had actively toured the U.S. in the mid 1960 s with an environmental awareness agenda.
A new mom would greatly appreciate a night out just to get out of the house and a little free time to herself. Mother earth mom is conscious of what kinds of foods and products she wants her family to consume and be exposed to. All natural products and foods are the name of the game and the health and longevity of her family unit is key. Ideal gifts for this mom would be a gardening basket to plant her own pesticide free produce an organic grocery market gift card or organic health and beauty products. Runway model mom loves to shop and wears the latest fashions and accessories. You will never catch her out in public with a hair out of place.
Approximately 20 million people celebrated the first Earth Day. In America participation was high in schools which ten thousand grade schools and high schools two thousand colleges participating. Amazing numbers considering the event started as a grassroots movement. Government Actions The strength of the Earth Day movement was clear to legislatures. Following Earth Day s success the U.S. government passed laws that targeted cleaner living. In 1970 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was established. The Clean Air Act followed with a focus on reducing air pollution with the Clean Water Act doing likewise for water clean-up in 1972. The U.S. also passed the Endangered Species Act to protect animals from extinction.